Credit unions in Alabama, Florida and Georgia have continued to work tirelessly to help members through the financial realities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates (LSCU), which represents credit unions in Alabama, Florida and Georgia, has surveyed credit unions in all three states three times since the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic. The results quantify the ways in which the states’ credit unions have helped consumers through this uncertain time.
With 53% of credit unions responding, LSCU’s surveys yielded impressive findings.
“The credit unions in our tri-state area have worked tirelessly to support members during a pandemic that has lasted longer and affected people more deeply than expected,” said Patrick La Pine, CEO of LSCU. “For the better part of half a year, these institutions have continuously stepped up to help members who are grappling with income loss, unexpected healthcare costs and other financial hardships as a result of COVID-19. These are difficult times – and at LSCU, we’re proud to show that our member credit unions have met this difficulty head-on with integrity and compassion.”
The LSCU’s COVID-19 Member Engagement Surveys found credit unions in Alabama, Florida and Georgia have granted:
These numbers are evolving throughout this crisis. LSCU will continue detailing the numerous ways credit unions across Alabama, Florida and Georgia are helping members afford life during COVID-19.
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